Gavin Cowan said his players can be proud of themselves for coming out of their toughest run of the campaign unbeaten, the Shropshire Star report.

After a win at Bradford Park Avenue was followed by draws to Blyth and Chorley, and again back on home soil they snatched a late point.

Jordan Hulme’s 11th minute goal looked to have won it, but in the 90th minute Andre Brown went down, before picking himself up to smash the spot kick home.

Cowan said his side had navigated a tricky run since being dumped out of the FA Trophy, but believed they should have won against a solid Altrincham side.

He said: “It is not a terrible result.

“We were very dominant in the second half, but disappointed in the first half. We went off script and showed a lacked of game management.

“When we were good we were very good, but we should have tied it up and won it earlier in the second half. We take a point in the end, and it has been our toughest run of the season in the last four games.”

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